After the service, we spent two hours at the King National Historic Site. We had a tour of Martin Luther King, Jr.'s childhood home. It was fascinating to hear the stories of MLK as a child. Apparently, the philosophy of non-violence is a process because the ranger told a story of how MLK hit his brother over the head with a telephone.
|Leo reading about Dr. King at King NHS.|
|Jennie, Lydia and Brittley learning about the marches|
at King NHS.
|Erik, Lydia and Rajasri learning about|
segregation at King NHS.
|Erik, Lydia and Chanda watching Rajasri trying|
out the dollhouse at the Atlanta History Museum.
|Christian, Leo, Quinn and Martha walking down|
the staircase of the Swan House.
|Leo, Quinn and Christian lounging in front of the Swan House.|
|The group at the King Center reflecting pool.|
|Leo at MLK's tomb.|
Tomorrow we get up and head off to Birmingham!